PG's Easy Turkish Bread

PG's Easy Turkish Bread


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I found this recipe years ago, and it, without doubt, the easiest, cheapest best way of making Turkish-style flat bread. Only 2 ingredients!! What could be easier?

purplegoddess Victoria, Australia

Serves: 4 

  • 250g self raising flour
  • 200g natural yoghurt

Preparation:10min  ›  Cook:4min  ›  Extra time:31min  ›  Ready in:45min 

  1. Knead until elastic. Place in a bowl, cover and allow to sit for 30 mins.
  2. Divide into rounds, roll out until 3-4mm thick and dry fry in a cast iron pan, or on a BBQ plate.

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Reviews (4)


Used different ingredients. I tried to make this like a Pide-a Spinach, Cheese and Garlic Pide-as a homage to the Turkish family who used to run Girne Pide in Redfern when we lived in Sydney. So I did the dough as per this recipe then filled it with grated zucchini(no spinach in the fridge), feta and garlic- baked it for 15ish minutes at 220 degrees. was almost there in taste but I guess I'd have to try a little more complex recipe for the bread texture. But thanks for posting-it was fun! - 13 Nov 2008


Something else. The pre-cooked dough can also be used as a casing for leftovers. Add last nights Indian take-away, ot left over spag bog sauce and then pan fry. Comes out like a pasty! - 12 Nov 2008


i tried this recipe with my daughter today; its so easy and the results are amazing! i will be making this alot - 16 Dec 2011

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